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The Assessor’s Office ensures Monroe property owners share the tax burden through the discovery, listing, and equitable valuation of all real estate, business personal property, and motor vehicles in accordance with governing state statutes and the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. The overwhelming majority of the town’s revenue is generated through the assessment process. 

Primary Programs & Services

  • The primary function of the department is the development, oversight, and management of the Town’s annual Grand List.
  • Implements state mandated town‐wide property revaluations every 5 years.
  • Updates and maintains accurate property record and assessment information. 
  • Generates and files mandatory reports for the State of Connecticut as prescribed by state statute. 
  • Administers various town and state mandated exemption programs.
  • Generates valuation estimates for prospective real estate projects. 
  • Provides property valuation, exemption information, mapping, and ownership records to the general public.

News & Announcements

  • 2023 Income and Expense Statements are due in the Assessor's Office no later than June 1, 2024. Since June 1 is a Saturday, if you plan on remitting the forms in-person in the Assessor's Office please be sure to drop them off before 1:30 pm on Friday May 31, 2024. 
  • The filing period for the State and Town Senior and Totally Disabled Tax Relief programs has opened as of February 1, 2024 and will run until May 15, 2024. Both programs are income-based and a full 2023 Federal Income Tax Return and a Social Security 1099 Statement are required to be provided along with fully completed applications. Please follow the link Resident Tax Relief for more information and to access application forms. 

2024 Property Revaluation Project Information

  • The Town of Monroe completed the last revaluation of all Real property as of October 1, 2019 as required by state law and is currently in the process of revaluing all properties for the October 1, 2024 assessment date. 
  • You can review assessment information and property record cards at the Vision Government Solutions website for Monroe at
  • For more detailed information on the revaluation process please visit Monroe's revaluation site here.

Additional Information

  • PA-490 Forest & Farmland Applications - Due By October 31

  • Military veterans must have DD-214 filed with Town Clerk by October 1 to be eligible for Veterans exemptions on the corresponding Grand List year.

  • All new construction must be inspected for the October 1 assessment date. Please contact the Assessor's Office at 203-452-2803 to schedule an appointment.

Contact Information

Office: (203) 452-2803
(203) 452-2253

 Town Assessor
Justin Feldman CCMA II

Town Appraiser
David Lisowski CCMA II
Phone: (203) 452-2800 Ext 1004

Exemptions & Tax Relief
Katherine Brown
Phone: (203) 452-2800 Ext 1005

Assessment Technician
Personal Property & Motor Vehicle

Susan Moquin
Phone: (203) 452-2800 Ext 1003